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Beyond Feelings Test 2 #8,9

Beyond Feelings Test 2 #8,9 - someone gets something new in...

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Beyond Feelings Test 2 #8 There are quite a few pitfalls in good critical thinking. Some examples I have put in my own words are including in the following: biased use of arguments, tendency to pick and choose from multiple theories of thinking, not using the skills on critical thinking that have been demonstrated in this book, and ignoring different parts of the thought. These are just some of the examples of the pitfalls that deal with critical thinking. If one is able to avoid these they will become a better critical thinker.
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Beyond Feelings Test 2 #9 Yes. I agree that “mine-is-better” is part of the attitude of people. Whenever
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Unformatted text preview: someone gets something new in the world, they try and get the best of that product so they can have something that is better than someone else’s. Nobody wants something that is old and outdated. Many people want something that is new and better than all the older products. This attitude even shows in people with thoughts and ideas. People always believe that their thought on something is better than others simply because they thought of it. In their own mind it may seem better but that is not always the case....
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